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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
3 hours 22 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Rome|
|Flights arrive in:||Venice|
|Airlines:||Blue Panorama Airlines, Alitalia, Croatia Airlines|
Flying from Rome to Venice is an easy journey, with daily flights and short journey times. Expect a choice of five to six flights on both weekdays and weekends, with departures throughout the day. All flights take 1 hour 5 minutes to reach Marco Polo airport, so it's potentially the fastest route to Venice.
All Rome to Venice flights are operated by Alitalia, the Italian national carrier.
The Rome to Venice flight time is generally just 1 hour 5 minutes, so it's very much a short-haul journey.
Flights from Rome to Venice leave Fiumicino Airport every day of the year. Expect a choice of five to six flights whenever you need to travel and the option of flying in the morning, afternoon, or evening.
Departure airport: All flights from Rome to Venice take off from Rome's Leonardo Da Vinci Fiumicino Airport. Fiumicino is a little way out of town, but is easily accessible from the center of Rome; trains from Roma Termini station take 32 minutes and generally run every 15 minutes, while Terravision provides a coach connection (which also runs from Termini). Ample parking is provided at the airport, and parking lots are linked to the terminals via a free shuttle. At the airport, expect a wide range of eating and shopping options. And, anyone who needs to work or check up on their emails can use the "Airport Free Wi-Fi" network to get online.
Arrival airport: Flights from Rome touch down at Venice's Marco Polo Airport. From there, passengers have a few options. Alilaguna water buses run to San Marco and other popular Venetian destinations and take around 1 hour to cross the lagoon. Alternatively, travelers can take the ACTV Line 5 shuttle bus, which is usually a faster but less scenic route into town. Smartphone or laptop users can look for the "Venice Airport Free WiFi" network, which is available across the airport site.